IT Infrastructure as a Service

With cloud computing, you dont' have to worry about servers, networks, databases, and maintenance. You will only pay for what you use and you will always have the possibility of expanding at any time.

Key Benefits of Cloud Computing

Productivity

Typical data centers require a lot of effort for equipment preparation, software upgrades and similar IT tasks. With cloud computing eliminating these tasks, IT teams can spend their time on more important work

Price

With cloud computing, you can completely stop using servers. No more electricity costs for server operation and cooling, no need for equipment maintenance

Security

Cloud computing provides a variety of technologies and controls and has a broad privacy policy. All of this helps to protect your data, applications and infrastructure from potential threats

Speed

Cloud computing service parameters are chosen by you and delivered instantly. This provides a great deal of flexibility and simplifies capacity planning

Reliability

Cloud computing simplifies backups, information restoring, and helps prevent system glitches that may stop you from working

Resource management

Cloud computing allows you to change the capabilities of the service at any time. You can choose and change your own capacity, computational speed, or bandwidth

Types of cloud computing
services

Most cloud computing services fall into three main categories: infrastructure as a service (IaaS); platform as a service (PaaS); program as a service.

Knowing these different types of services can help you to better understand what your organization needs.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

This is the main type of cloud computing service. With IaaS, you rent IT infrastructure - servers, virtual machines, caches, networks, and operating systems.



Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Platform as a Service is a cloud computing service that provides an on-demand environment for software development, testing and management. Developers find it easier to build web or mobile applications quickly, without having to worry about creating or managing server, storage, network and database infrastructure.

Software as a Service (SaaS)

With SaaS, cloud service providers host and manage the software and underlying infrastructure and manage any maintenance such as software updates and security patches. Users access the app via the Internet, most often using their browser on their phone, tablet or PC.